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The Immigrants

Read by David Fruchter

The man

The birds

They stand

Staring

Wondering

Who they are.

They journeyed

to a new land

Alone

No friends

No family.

They watch.

Bird flies

Man walks

They leave

A bird

A man

They went to the unknown

and will never go back home.

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